Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - opacus - Meteorology. (of a cloud) dense…

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Snark - Also called the Percontation Point and the Irony Mark, this one’s used to indicate that there’s another layer of meaning in a sentence. Usually a sarcastic or ironic one. So it is essentially a tool for smart people to use to make stupid people feel even stupider. Which makes it the best punctuation mark of all.

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Snark - Also called the Percontation Point and the Irony Mark, this one’s used to indicate that there’s another layer of meaning in a sentence. Usually a sarcastic or ironic one. So it is essentially a tool for smart people to use to make stupid people feel even stupider. Which makes it the best punctuation mark of all.

Teddy's house was burned down by Andrew Laeddis, with his wife Dolores in it, and that was a big part of his life because he loved Dolores a lot. Page 120-121

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Teddy's house was burned down by Andrew Laeddis, with his wife Dolores in it, and that was a big part of his life because he loved Dolores a lot. Page 120-121

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The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows is “a compendium of invented words” written by graphic designer and editor John Koenig.

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GIGIL (n.) - the overwhelming urge to squeeze or pinch something very cute In Filipino, Phillippines

Obfuscate (OB-few-skeyt) Verb: -To render obscure, unclear, or unintelligible. -To confuse, bewilder, or stupefy. -To make obscure or unclear. -To darken. From Late Latin “obfuscātus” (past participle of obfuscāre to darken), equivalent to Latin “ob-“ + “fuscus” dark + “-ātus”. Used in a sentence: “Every question was met with an incoherent attempt to obfuscate, to the point that he sounded completely inebriated.”

Obfuscate (OB-few-skeyt) Verb: -To render obscure, unclear, or unintelligible. -To confuse, bewilder, or stupefy. -To make obscure or unclear. -To darken. From Late Latin “obfuscātus” (past participle of obfuscāre to darken), equivalent to Latin “ob-“ + “fuscus” dark + “-ātus”. Used in a sentence: “Every question was met with an incoherent attempt to obfuscate, to the point that he sounded completely inebriated.”

Meet The Obscure Exclamation Comma: Because Excitement Can Happen In The Middle Of A Sentence

This Is The Punctuation Mark You've Been Waiting For

Meet The Obscure Exclamation Comma: Because Excitement Can Happen In The Middle Of A Sentence

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